Kabul – The process of evacuating American citizens and vulnerable Afghans has begun, and the first flight after a nearly two-month interval, left Kabul Airport on (Wednesday, January 26).
A US-chartered flight left Afghanistan that is the first flight since the evacuation process was stopped in November last year, according to CNN quoting two sources.
According to the sources, an unidentified number of Americans were on the flight, which left Kabul for Washington by a Qatari plane.
Meanwhile, the news of the resumption of the evacuation process comes as US and Qatari foreign ministers began talking this week about resuming the transfer of American citizens and vulnerable Afghans from Afghanistan.
Source: Hasht-e Subh Daily